Nickelodeon Community Fund LA

$40,000 | Greater LA | 9 Ideas

Supported by Nickelodeon

Start an Idea

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Nickelodeon Community Fund LA

$40,000 | Greater LA | 9 Ideas

Supported by Nickelodeon

Start an Idea

See Terms & Conditions

Kids play an active role in their communities, and have hopes, dreams and goals on how to shape their neighborhoods. This fund, supported by Nickelodeon, is dedicated to empowering kids with resources and support to bring to life projects that might otherwise go unfunded, in areas such as arts, STEM and environmental sustainability. Working with a grown-up co-leader, kids will actively lead these projects and have the chance to shape their communities for the better.

How it works
  • Select an idea listed below and register to get your project page
  • Use your project page to complete the 30 Day Challenge
  • Submit a photo and your action plan
  • Let us know what impact you are having in your community
Who can apply
  • Your project team has a grown-up and a kid co-leader
  • As the lead applicant, you are at least 18 years old
  • You are passionate about empowering kids and helping them shape the future of your community
  • Your project will take place in Greater LA, that includes the counties of Los Angeles, Ventura, San Bernardino, Riverside and Orange County.
What you get
  • Seed funding to start your selected idea
  • Free starter resource pack, mentorship and technology tools to get started
  • Additional impact funding, once you report back on the social impact of your active project

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Why are people starting these ideas?

"At Nickelodeon it has long been our mission to support and empower kids to take an active role in making positive change in their communities. Through the Nickelodeon Community Fund, we're delighted to help create a movement of kids joining forces with adults to address important community concerns."

- Jean Margaret Smith, Senior Vice President, Public Affairs, Nickelodeon
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